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Osage Tribe

article The Tall Chief Theater: Restoring a Part of Osage History (6/22/2017)
(Oklahoma) -- The Tall Chief Theater, built by the father of ballerinas Maria and Marjorie Tallchief, is hosting monthly art events in hopes of funding further...
article Ballet’s legacy in the Osage culture (6/13/2017)
(Oklahoma) -- In some instances, a well-kept secret such as a favorite business or a historic site, which is known only to the local populace, might be considered a good...
2 Total Articles on this Issue

Kickapoo Tribe

article Kickapoo Tribe uses art exhibit to showcase importance of water on reservation (6/21/2017)
(Kansas) -- The Kickapoo Tribe is using art to help people understand the effect the environment has on their health and well being. A photo exhibit displayed Tuesday at...
1 Article on this Issue

Residential Schools

article Sask. First Nations skateboard designer collaborates with artist Kent Monkman on new series (6/19/2017)
(Saskatchewan) -- Micheal Langan has made a business out of educating people about colonialism in Canada. Recently, the founder of Colonialism Skateboards, based in...
1 Article on this Issue

Cultural Appropriation

article Native Americans walk out of Wyoming play with stereotypes (6/18/2017)
(Wyoming) -- Native American high school students attending a summer program at the University of Wyoming walked out of the college's production of "The...
article Film 'Forget Winnetou!' studies German idealization of Indigenous culture (5/31/2017)
(Germany) -- "I make pretty good kimchi," Red Haircrow tells me from his apartment in Berlin. "I grew up with Asians -- Chinese/Hawaiins, Koreans…...
2 Total Articles on this Issue

Foxwoods

article Gronk makes the scene at Kiss Concert after-party (6/18/2017)
(Connecticut) -- Flo Rida was among the artists — including Miley and Noah Cyrus, Jason Derulo, James Arthur, and others — performing at the Kiss Concert at...
article Peter Frampton reflects before Foxwoods show Friday (6/17/2017)
(Connecticut) -- Yes, Peter Frampton has been asked about the origin of his talk box guitar solo in "Do You Feel Like We Do" more times than there are ticks in...
article Foxwoods To Add Zip Line 33 Stories Above Reservation (6/5/2017)
(Connecticut) -- In a move to attract nontraditional casino visitors, Foxwoods Resort Casino said it will roll out a series of outdoor amenities, beginning with a zip...
article Singer Jeffrey Osborne talks charity golf event at Foxwoods (6/3/2017)
(Connecticut) -- Jeffrey Osborne has a big voice, and an even bigger heart. The famous singer joined us on SportzEdge Tonight to talk about his charity golf event at...
article Matt Remillard Back in Action, at Foxwoods in Mashantucket (6/3/2017)
(Connecticut) -- Matt Remillard returns to action tonight against Fatiou Fassinou in an eight round lightweight bout at the Foxwoods Resort in Mashantucket, Connecticut.
5 Total Articles on this Issue

Pojoaque Pueblo

article Father and Former Pojoaque Governor George Rivera Creates Beautiful Art To Grieve His Son (6/18/2017)
(New York) -- It’s been just over 13 months since Valentino “Tzigiwhaeno” Rivera, age 8, known as “Lightning Boy” walked on, and in that...
1 Article on this Issue

Poker

article Pablo Mariz emerges victorious from 2017 WSOP $1,500 Millionaire Maker event (6/18/2017)
(Las Vegas) -- The latest millionaire was made at the 2017 World Series of Poker (WSOP) late Wednesday night, when Pablo Mariz, a semi-professional player from Canada,...
article Jonathan Little Decides to Slow Play a Set in a Three-Bet Pot (6/11/2017)
(UK) -- We return to the same $3,500 buy-in World Poker Tour event from last week. With it still early in the tournament, today's hand involves flopping a set and...
article Meet Qui Nguyen-- the poker world champ who bagged $8m after previously winning just $9,000 (6/11/2017)
(Las Vegas) -- There are eight million reasons why poker player Qui Nguyen loves the 888poker-sponsored World Series of Poker Main Event. The 39-year-old Vietnamese-...
article Where Can I find Online Qualifiers for the 2017 WSOP Main Event? (6/10/2017)
(Internet) -- You can find online qualifiers over these next few weeks for the 2017 World Series of Poker Main Event at Americas Cardroom. On Sunday, July 2nd at 3pm ET...
article WSOP Day 11: Mike Matusow Nears Final Table of $10K Dealer’s Choice (6/10/2017)
(Las Vegas) -- As the $10,000 Dealer’s Choice 6-Handed Championship wrapped up play on Day 2, Mike Matusow was among the 10 players remaining – and in...
article World Poker Champion Annie Duke Will Find Your Interview "Tell" (6/10/2017)
(Las Vegas) -- I recently had the pleasure to hear Kit Cooper interview World Series of Poker champion Annie Duke. Annie touched upon a number of compelling topics that...
article Meet Poker queen Sofia Lovgren… who is aiming to take down the ‘bullying men with big egos’ at the World Series (6/9/2017)
(Las Vegas) -- Poker queen Sofia Lovgren is on a mission to see a female player win the amazing 888poker-sponsored World Series of Poker Main Event in Las Vegas next...
article On Poker: WSOP ditching the 'November Nine' concept (6/9/2017)
(Las Vegas) -- The "November Nine" concept for the Final Table of the World Series of Poker was an ambitious twist that created a poker holiday of sorts, but...
article 2017 World Series of Poker Super Stars (6/2/2017)
(Las Vegas) -- In just a matter of months, poker vlogger Andrew Neeme has amassed quite a following. He’s at this year’s World Series of Poker, running into...
article Daniel Negreanu Makes Final Table In Hunt For Seventh Career World Series Of Poker Bracelet (6/2/2017)
(Las Vegas) -- It didn’t take long for Daniel Negreanu to make his first final table of the summer. The Poker Hall of Famer, who has six WSOP bracelets, made the...
article Michael Phelps to Play in World Series of Poker (6/2/2017)
(Las Vegas) -- Michael Phelps is taking his competitive spirit to poker this summer when he participates in several World Series of Poker (WSOP) events in Las Vegas. In...
article OP/ED: Why poker needs more comedians (6/2/2017)
(Las Vegas) -- After watching Kevin Hart, Barry Carter thinks comedians provide more value than sports stars when it comes to promoting the game. The videos below are...
12 Total Articles on this Issue

Ho-Chunk Tribe

article Bronson Koenig Works Out with L.A. Clippers and Houston Rockets, Lakers to follow (6/17/2017)
(Wisconsin) -- Over a four-year college basketball career, Ho-Chunk point guard Bronson Koenig became one of the most decorated players in Wisconsin Badgers basketball...
1 Article on this Issue

Mohegan Sun

article Journey has fans believin' at Mohegan Sun Casino (review) (6/17/2017)
(Connecticut) -- For many bands, losing a member as important as the lead singer - especially one whose voice adorned their greatest hits - represents the beginning of...
article Graduations pay off for Mohegan Sun Arena (6/11/2017)
(Pennsylvania) -- Graduation ceremonies at Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza have generated more than $155,000 in revenue since 2015 for the Luzerne County Convention...
article Neil Diamond dazzles sold-out Mohegan Sun crowd (6/11/2017)
(Connecticut) -- The title of Neil Diamond's current musical trek -- "The 50 Year Anniversary World Tour" -- slightly understates the longevity and...
article Journey to rock Mohegan Sun, with special guest Asia (6/11/2017)
(Connecticut) -- Jonathan Cain, longtime keyboardist and rhythm guitarist of Journey, had just finished a three-week gig with the band when we reached him by phone....
4 Total Articles on this Issue

Navajo Nation

article Ghost Adventures makes controversial trip to Skinwalker Canyon in the Navajo Nation (6/17/2017)
(Arizona) -- This week on Ghost Adventures, Zak Bagans and the team head to Navajo Nation lands where they investigate Ojo Amarillo, also known as Skinwalker Canyon. Ojo...
article Navajo rug expert to give free advice this weekend in SLC (6/10/2017)
(Utah) -- A Navajo-rug expert is offering to help people in Utah with their culturally signifihttps://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/central/cant works of art. For free....
2 Total Articles on this Issue

Nottawaseppi Huron

article NASCAR DFS: FireKeepers Casino 400 (Free DraftKings Preview) (6/17/2017)
(Michigan) -- The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series heads to Michigan International Speedway this weekend, and the 2.0-mile, D-shaped oval is known for its high speeds...
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Quinault Indian Nation

article Quinault Tribal Museum Curator and Artist Leilani Jones-Chubby Preserves Quinault Cultural Heritage (6/17/2017)
(Washington) -- Twenty-five years ago, as part of the movement to revive the culture of the Quinault people, Leilani Jones-Chubby was hired to set up a museum. With...
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Seneca Niagara Casino

article Erendira Wallenda plans helicopter stunt over Niagara Falls (6/17/2017)
(New York) -- Five years ago today, Nik Wallenda walked 550 metres on a tightrope over the falls, from the American to the Canadian side. Erendira Wallenda - wife of...
article Wallendas seek to "inspire," give Falls valuable free publicity with new stunt (6/14/2017)
(New York) -- Nik and Erendira Wallenda hosted a news conference Wednesday morning outside the Seneca Niagara Casino, the location where Mrs. Wallenda's flight to...
2 Total Articles on this Issue

New York Gaming

article New York City-area casinos offer A-list entertainment and great dining this summer (6/16/2017)
(New York) -- Here’s a sure bet for a great time this summer. Head to one of the area’s casinos, which showcase great dining, A-list entertainment, splashy...
1 Article on this Issue

Sherman Alexie

article In new book, Sherman Alexie recounts both love for and anger with his complicated mother (6/16/2017)
(Wisconsin) -- "Did she love me?" Sherman Alexie asks about his mother in his memoir of their complicated and conflictual relationship. "When I gather up...
1 Article on this Issue

Choctaw Tribe

article Cork sculpture recalls generosity of Choctaw Nation during Famine (6/13/2017)
(Ireland) -- The generosity of a Native American tribe towards the people of Ireland at the height of the Great Famine will be recalled this weekend with the unveiling...
1 Article on this Issue

Turning Stone

article Turning Stone partnership gives cardholders fast lane for Lakeview Amphitheater summer concerts (6/13/2017)
(New York) -- Turning Stone rewards cardholders will have a heads start at Lakeview Amphitheater concerts this summer. As summer concert season kicks-off, Turning Stone...
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Chumash Tribe

article Catch Latino Singer Espinoza Paz at Chumash Resort (6/11/2017)
(California) -- Latino singer and songwriter, Espinoza Paz, is coming to the Chumash Casino Resort’s Samala Showroom, on Highway 246 in Santa Ynez, at 8 p.m....
article Commodores bringing funk, soul to Chumash Casino Resort (6/2/2017)
(California) -- The Commodores are bringing their special brand of funk and soul to the Chumash Casino Resort’s Samala Showroom at 8 p.m. June 9. Tickets are $40...
2 Total Articles on this Issue

Online Gaming

article Three key things to keep an eye out for when you play online casino slot games (6/11/2017)
(UK) -- You may know, or not know that online gambling has quite literally exploded in the last few years. In 2016 alone, over £4.6 billion in revenue was...
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Pechanga Tribe

press release Temecula Valley Museum seeks vendors for annual Summer Bazaar (6/11/2017)
(California) -- The Temecula Valley Museum will host its annual Summer Bazaar Saturday, June 17, at Sam Hicks Monument Park starting at 8:30 a.m. Vendor space is still...
1 Article on this Issue

Sands Corp.

article The Venetian Las Vegas Presents “Another Sky” Art Installation by Anne Patterson (6/10/2017)
(Las Vegas) -- The Venetian Las Vegas, in association with Culture Corps, presents an immersive art installation by Anne Patterson, suspended inside the resort’s...
article Miles of ribbon set up at The Venetian for art installation (6/9/2017)
(Las Vegas) -- An art installation made with 32 miles of satin ribbon is bringing a bright new look to the atrium of The Venetian casino-resort in Las Vegas. Anne...
2 Total Articles on this Issue

Hard Rock

article Rapper Wale to Perform at Rehab Beach Club at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas June 11 (6/9/2017)
(Las Vegas) -- Legendary rapper Wale will splash into summer at Rehab Beach Club at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Sunday, June 11. The music sensation will perform...
1 Article on this Issue

Cheyenne/Arapaho Tribe

article Cheyenne/Arapaho artist planning all Native nude art exhibit for OKC (6/6/2017)
(Oklahoma) -- It’s been in the back of his mind for 17 years. The painting that didn’t sell. “It was a piece with two women sitting there. They were...
1 Article on this Issue

Pechanga Casino

article Pechanga Hosts Rodrigo Y Gabriela On July 30 (6/6/2017)
(California) -- Internally acclaimed Mexican acoustic rock duo Rodrigo y Gabriela are coming to Pechanga Resort & Casino. The critically acclaimed musical group will...
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Cherokee Nation

article Cherokee venues display works of authentic Native artists (5/30/2017)
(Oklahoma) -- One way Cherokee people preserve their historical culture is through art and traditional crafts. How they preserve the value of that art, is by straining...
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Dakota Access Pipeline

article Standing Rock film festival centers around pipeline protest (5/29/2017)
(North Dakota) -- A film festival on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation aims to bolster the anti-pipeline movement that blossomed there last year while also fostering...
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Other News

article Cain: It seems obvious, but words matter (6/22/2017)
(Illinois) -- One of our most difficult adjustments is how our interpretation of words changes. We often naturally turn defensive or angry as our language changes.
article A Critical Understanding of Edward Curtis’s Photos of Native American Culture (6/22/2017)
(Michigan) -- Can one come to a revelation through a visit to an art museum, or is it something that can only be arrived at through a more intensive personal journey?
article Briscoe Western Art Museum to exhibit rare images of American Indians (6/22/2017)
(Texas) -- From 1832 to 1837, George Catlin spent the summer months sketching the American Indian tribes of the Great Plains. The Pennsylvania-born painter and writer’s...
article Dene Stylin’ (6/22/2017)
(Northwest Territories) -- Fashion, as expressed through individual style, tells the world who you are and what you can do. It conveys status, knowledge, relationship,...
press release Indigenous Superhero Heats Up the Southwest (6/22/2017)
(Nevada) -- Artist/creator Theo Tso has teamed up with writer/editor Rob Schmidt, colorist Edmilson Witchmichen, and letterer Kurt Hathaway to launch Captain Paiute:...
article Interpreting Alaska Native Art through Rauschenberg and Benjamin (6/22/2017)
(Alaska) -- I am at Pleiades Gallery in New York City for my own solo show “Underpinnings, Truth is Found Beneath Surfaces.” Using strong colors, often clashing, I paint...
article Native Pottery Masterpieces and Artist Voices Combine in New Book (6/22/2017)
(New Mexico) -- The pottery of iconic Native American artists from historic potters Nampeyo and Maria Martinez, to contemporary potters Tammy Garcia, Virgil Ortiz, and...
article Novel highlights Sioux Falls, Native American culture (6/22/2017)
(South Dakota) -- Falls Park and the original Washington High School are a couple of the local sites setting the scene in a new novel "The Wooden Indian...
article Walker Art Center exhibit raising new questions from American Indian artists (6/22/2017)
(Minnesota) -- On the heels of the “Scaffold” controversy, Walker Art Center is facing new questions from the American Indian community as it opens a touring...
article 'I'm just shocked by what I don't know': The Dream Catchers sparks dialogue around Indigenous issues (6/20/2017)
(Prince Edward Island) -- Combining hip hop, spoken word and folk, the musical The Dream Catchers opens on Wednesday at the Confederation Centre in Charlottetown. The...
article Deaf at 13, open-heart surgery, and rapping on a fishing boat: young Indigenous filmmakers turn life into art (6/20/2017)
(Quebec) -- "If you go on Ste-Catherine Street in Montreal, and you ask 100 people to name three First Nations communities in Quebec, they can't," said Manon Barbeau,...
article National Cowboy Museum to celebrate legacy of acclaimed Native artist Jerome Tiger (6/20/2017)
(Oklahoma) -- The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, will open "Life and Legacy: The Art of Jerome Tiger" on Aug. 25, with the exhibition running...
article National Film Board 'redefining' its relationship with Indigenous Peoples (6/20/2017)
(Canada) -- The National Film Board says it is "redefining" its relationship with Indigenous people by hiring more Indigenous staff and investing more in Indigenous...
article The Chickasaw Rancher movie on set in Texoma (6/20/2017)
(Oklahoma) -- Filmmakers are wrapping up their sixth week of shooting here at Penner Ranch in Mill Creek, for a movie that highlights the life and influence of one...
article Giant eagle feathers mark tribe's Famine help (6/19/2017)
(Ireland) -- The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma were on hand at the unveiling of the 'Kindred Spirits' sculpture in Cork. It commemorates a donation made by the...
article A Tribe Called Red 2017 MMVAs: Group Gives Shout-Out To 'Black, Brown, Immigrant, Indigenous Kids' (6/19/2017)
(Toronto) -- There were plenty of bright young things at the 2017 iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards Sunday night, but none arguably shone as brightly as A Tribe Called...
article Exhibit gathers 350 works by Leekya family of Zuni Pueblo (6/19/2017)
(New Mexico) -- The bear tilts its head and grins, revealing a tiny tongue behind a dental gate. The handwork of the founding father of Zuni fetish carving, the quirky...
article Public art reminds us of Native Americans’ rich and troubled history (6/19/2017)
(South Carolina) -- Last month, in a ceremony punctuated by Native American dance and song, Greenville Water dedicated Prospect Green, a new park at the corner of West...
article This Former TV Writer Is Blazing A New Trail As A Street Artist (6/19/2017)
(California) -- Steven Paul Judd is blazing a new trail for Native American artists. After working as a TV writer in Los Angeles, he set out on a path to make art that...
article Native American high school students walk out of The Fantasticks musical that insults the indigenous population and makes rape jokes (6/18/2017)
(Wyoming) -- A group of Native American high school students walked out of a performance of the musical 'The Fantasticks' after taking offense to the play's...

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